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Even Kamala Harris Doesn’t Appear to Know What She’s Talking About

The press has called her line of questioning of Brett Kavanaugh “mysterious” and “weird,” but however you describe it, it was half-baked.

By NTK Staff | 09.06.2018 @2:00pm
Even Kamala Harris Doesn’t Appear to Know What She’s Talking About

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) smugly questioned Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh late Wednesday evening about an alleged conversation.

Who was involved in the conversation? Harris wouldn’t say. Where did the conversation take place? Harris wouldn’t say. What was the conversation about? Harris wouldn’t say.

And yet that didn’t stop her from trying to grill Kavanaugh about an alleged conversation that she had no evidence ever existed.

BuzzFeed News called the back-and-forth “a very weird exchange”:

“Have you ever discussed Special Counsel Mueller or his investigation with anyone?” Harris asked, prompting Kavanaugh to note that the topic is “in the news everyday” and that he had discussed it “with other judges.”

Then, however, Harris shifted to a far more direct question: “Have you discussed Mueller or his investigation with anyone at Kasowitz Benson and Torres, the law firm found by Marc Kasowitz, President Trump’s personal lawyer?”

BuzzFeed called Harris’s line of questioning “a near-accusation,” and indeed that is exactly the intent behind the California Democrat’s performance. After the nearly 8-minute exchange, Harris and her office was not able to produce any evidence whatsoever that this alleged conversation ever took place:

Harris’s staff did not provide any evidence to back up the questioning, but, instead, linked it to questions asked earlier in the day that Kavanaugh declined to answer about his views on executive power — from questions about whether a president can be forced to respond to a subpoena or be indicted while in office to broad questions about whether he can refuse to enforce certain laws if he believes they are unconstitutional.

Far-left liberals are demanding Democrats blindly oppose Kavanaugh’s nomination, and Harris is happily obliging, even if she has zero evidence to back up her accusations. That theme continued Thursday morning when Harris returned to the committee room:

Indeed, Vox noted that Harris’s true motivation may just have been to “generate buzz ahead of 2020,” in which she’s expected to launch a presidential campaign.

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